Stephen Mingle, a.k.a. GyHyper, the public relations representative for Mona Faiz Montrage, also known as Hajia4Real or Mona4Reall, has made fun of Ghanaians for spreading false information about the socialite.
The writer observed that Ghanaians are disseminating false information rather than promoting the artist’s music in a post he uploaded on Instagram.
He also counselled Ghanaians to stop trying to undermine those they see succeeding in life and instead learn to value their own.
“You haters decided to celebrate bogus news; this is what you should be promoting instead. Ghana, let’s cherish our own no matter what.
“That PHD mentality in Gh [Ghana] is getting out of hand. When you see someone succeeding, you guys start to really despise them, he said.
The musician was allegedly implicated in a $8,000,000 fraud while residing in the United States of America before to going to Ghana, according to Montrage’s article.
On November 12, 2022, she topped Twitter’s trending topics following her supposed arrest.
While many Ghanaians have used the microblogging platform to express their opinions, attention is drawn to the numerous user reactions.